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Moonlighter ‘Super Official Platforms Comparison’ Trailer Shows Off the Intricacies

11 bit studios and Digital Sun have issued a new trailer for Moonlighter to show off how it looks across all of the platforms it is made for. Head on up above to check out the differences between the PC version and the console versions. More information on the game can be found below via the official press release.

About Moonlighter

In this Action-RPG game about Will, an ambitious shopkeeper by day and an adventurer by night, every little detail, from hair rendering to realistic water effects, will blow your mind.

After you’ve been convinced that all those differences are vitally important, you can go to GOG.com and Humble Store to pre-order the game. For PS4 owners the pre-order is launching today as well. Moonlighter will land on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on May 29th and the Nintendo Switch version is planned for Q3 2018.

Created by Digital Sun, published by 11 bit studios, and partnered with Merge Games for retail distribution, Moonlighter’s story dates back to a time long past when a set of magical gates was discovered during an archaeological excavation. People quickly realized that these ancient passages lead to different realms and dimensions — providing brave and reckless adventurers with treasures beyond measure. Rynoka, a small commercial village, was founded near the excavation site providing refuge and became a place for adventurers to sell their hard-earned riches. Moonlighter is an Action-RPG with rogue-lite elements following the daily struggles of the aforementioned Will, Rynoka’s ambitious shopkeeper that dreams of becoming a hero.

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